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Can Your Social Security Payment Substitute For A Salary?

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The Social Security Administration (SSA) provides people who cannot work at their jobs with a valuable benefit. If you are able to qualify based on the stringent medical condition requirements and other criteria, you may be able to earn monthly Social Security Disability monetary payments. Many applicants are curious about how much they can expect to receive, so read on to learn more about the dollars and cents aspect of Social Security Disability. Read More»

3 Tips For Getting Workers' Compensation

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The last thing you may want to face is getting hurt at work. However, this does happen to millions of employees on a daily basis. The key to getting past this challenging time in life may rest on the actions you take immediately following your injury. The ideal way to recover financially from an incident as serious as this one will rest in being able to receive workers’ compensation. However, this is a process that will require you to qualify for this money. Read More»

Easy Mistakes To Make When Filing A Claim For Your Injuries

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It can be hard to take action when you’re trying to recover from injuries you have because of another person’s behavior. If you are considering legal action against the person responsible for your injuries, it can be easy to make errors that could end up hurting any claim you file, especially if you have no experience with the process. These are some of the mistakes you could make without the proper guidance. Read More»

Leaky Roof? Maybe One Of These Places Is To Blame

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No one wants to come home from work one day to find a leaking roof and soggy floor, especially in the middle of winter. This can leave you wondering what you are going to do to fix the problem and how bad the damage really is. After all, you might not be able to see the true extent of what is going on beneath of the surface. Roof leaks can be a pain, especially when the temperatures outside are bitter cold and you need to get the area fixed. Read More»

What Should You Demand In An Auto Liability Lawsuit?

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If you’re in an auto accident and the other person is at fault, it’s fairly easy to estimate the amount of basic material damages you should sue for: the damage done to your car (or the amount needed to replace it, if it is totaled) plus any medical expenses incurred as a result of injuries you sustained in the accident. However, there are other areas of damage you may have suffered or will suffer. Read More»